In 1992, a new television phenomenon began to take urban Indian homes by storm. The hero of the show did not sing and dance, or romance pretty women, or beat up villainous characters. And yet, women (mostly) would go into a tizzy to not miss him on screen. Dressed in white, with a perpetual smile on his face and a ladle in hand, he taught his audience how to cook. Sanjeev Kapoor was, perhaps, the unlikeliest and, yet, one of the most successful matinee idols that Indian satellite television has ever produced…READ MORE